Power Food LEXIcom

Power Food LEXIcom

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POWER FOOD LEXIcom is presented as an archive or lexicographical inventory that proposes a reflection on the infinite relationships between food, culture, energy and power. The introduction of the book, or lexicon itself, is a collection of keywords or semantic fields related to 50 subjects. Two ways of browsing the contents of POWER FOOD LEXIcom are suggested: one by reading the texts following the order of the lexicon, and another by viewing the images that accompany the texts without pretending to illustrate them, offering a transversal interpretation. POWER FOOD LEXIcom transforms the poetic and powerful image of food into a wealth of voices, idioms and messages that propose a journey through the network of connections that link food with energy and medicine, rites with beliefs and popular culture and power with economy and control.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 588 pages
  • 135 x 280mm | 880g
  • Barcelona, Spain
  • English
  • 8461272145
  • 9788461272143

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About "Miralda"

Miralda: Ninth Avenue International Festival, New York. 1977 Fest fur LedaA". Documenta 6, Kassel. 1980 Mona a BarcelonaA". Galeria Joan Prats, Barcelona. 1981 Wheat & SteakA". Nelson Atkins Museum of Art / Board of Trade, Kansas City. 1984 El InternacionalA". New York. (Con Montse Guillen) Santa ComidaA". Museo del Barrio, New York. 1988 PrenupciesA". Proyecto Honeymoon. Fundacio Joan Miro, Barcelona. 1989 Galeria Seibu, Tokyo.1990 Honeymoon ProjectA".Pabellon Espanol, 44 Bienal de Venecia. 1991 Edible BeltA". Holly Solomon Gallery, New York. 1992 Falla aquaticaA". XXV Juegos Olimpicos, Barcelona. (Con Manolo Martin) 1995 Miralda Obras 1965-1995A". Centre Cultural Fundacio "la Caixa", Barcelona. IVAM, Valencia. 2000 "Food Pavilion". EXPO 2000, Hannover. 2002 Sabores y Lenguas: 15 Platos CapitalesA". Fundacion ICO, Madrid. 2004 - 2006 Sabores y Lenguas: 13 CiudadesA". Caracas, Lima, Bogota, Mexico, IX Bienal de La Habana, Miami, 27A Bienal de Sao Paulo. 2008 Power Food. Artium, Vitoria.
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